Person:Marie Le Blanc (11)

Marie Josephe Le Blanc
b.13 May 1730 , , , Acadia
d.Sep 1755/1756
m. ABT 1729
  1. Marie Josephe Le Blanc1730 - 1755
  2. Anne Le BlancABT 1732 - 1816
  3. Madeleine Le BlancABT 1734 -
  4. Michel Le BlancABT 1737 -
  5. Felicite Le BlancABT 1738 - BEF 1810
  6. Jean Baptiste Le BlancABT 1740 - BEF 1797
  7. Elisabeth (Isabelle) Le Blanc1743 - 1781
  8. Marguerite Le BlancABT 1744 -
  9. Simon Le BlancABT 1746 - 1782
Facts and Events
Name Marie Josephe Le Blanc
Alt Name Marie Joseph
Gender Female
Birth[1] 13 May 1730 , , , Acadia
Christening[2] 17 Jun 1730 Grand Pré, , , Acadia
Death[3] Sep 1755/1756

!PARENTS-MARRIAGE-CHILDREN: Stephen A. White, "A Very Important Signature," in THE GENEALOGIST; ; Vol. 11, no. 2, issue 24 (Spring 1985); pp. 82-84. Marie-Josephe LE BLANC, daughter of Pierre & Francoise THERIOT, baptized at Grand Pré on 17 Jun 1730. Her father's signature on her record shows that he is the same man as on his nephews' where he was godfather, where his father is identified.

References
  1. Stephen A. White. Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Acadiennes: 1715 à 1780. (Moncton, NB: Centre d'Études Acadiennes, draft version), p. 566.

    Sponsors: Jean THÉRIOT & Marie-Josèphe HÉBERT; the father signed (Register Grand Pré).

  2. Diocese of Baton Rouge. Catholic Church Records, vol. 1a: Acadian Records, 1707-1748. (Diocese, 1999,), p. 145.

    Marie Joseph [sic] LEBLANC, daughter of Pierre & Francoise TERRIOT, born 13 May 1730, baptized 17 Jun 1730. Sponsors: Jean TERRIOT & Marie Joseph HÉBERT. Signed by Pier [sic] LEBLANC [the father]. Recorded as (SGA-2, 98).

    Another entry for a girl also named Marie Joseph LEBLANC, born on same day, baptized on same day, but daughter of Joseph & Marie GRANGÉ, was also recorded as (SGA-2, 98).

  3. Paul Delaney. "Identification des Acadiens morts de la variole à Bristol en 1756, L'". (in LES CAHIERS, de la Société historique acadienne, vol. 30, no. 1 (1999)), p. 13.

    Marie-Josèphe LE BLANC is listed as one of the victims of "V" (for "variole"=smallpox) at Bristol, or perhaps among those who died between the embarkation in Sep 1755 to the end of the epidemic in late Sep 1756.